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If the courts finally allow 'Wright v. New York' to move ahead, the plaintiffs have a strong chance to prevail—and to usher in legal changes that have already benefited students in other states.
More states are giving student-growth measures less weight in teacher evaluations.
How will education change when the Gates Foundation ends its funding for initiatives related to teacher evaluations?
CEO Dan Weisberg argues that the proposal by the State University of New York to allow charters to train their own teachers would help open the profession to teachers of all backgrounds without compromising quality.
Vice President Kenya Bradshaw speaks out about the "us vs. them" mentality fueling inequality in Memphis schools.
Vice President Victoria Van Cleef is highlighted for her work with Memphis children and schools.
TNTP is supporting the College Board and the Chan-Zuckerberg Initiative in expanding access to unique, personalized learning pathways.
Under ESSA, states are varied in how they plan to implement teacher evaluation systems.
TNTP's Nashville Teaching Fellows received top marks on a state report card for teacher preparation programs.
How can districts better support their new teachers? TNTP's CEO Dan Weisberg weighs in.
Fishman Prize winner Evelyn Rebollar's school has success with a self-guided learning model.
Helping teachers reach their full potential is crucial, and The Mirage is informing an international conversation about how to improve teaching.
Take a look inside a D.C. Teaching Fellow's first few months in the classroom.
TNTP's virtual coaching allows more teachers to get detailed feedback at a classroom level.
TNTP's CEO Dan Weisberg exchanges ideas with education experts.
The Mirage reawakens the concerns of a former professional development presenter.
A new study of teacher training efforts says millions of dollars being spent by districts on professional development are having little impact. But between the lines is a different conclusion.
A new study from TNTP adds a troubling finding to research on professional development.